It's easy to have great looking flowers in June when them temperatures are mild and rainfall is plenty. But what happens in August when the temperatures hover in the triple digits for weeks and rain is scarce. This patch of cheddar pinks look good year round covering the ground and cascading over the rock wall. The only downside is the voles love them in winter.
And what about those trumpet vines. Mine are still putting out the blooms and the humming birds are loving it !
And these old fashioned lilies are blooming their heads off even in this heat ........
How about you...what's blooming in your gardens?
Blessings from The Holler
The Canned Quilter